Stanford LL.M. 2022-2023


Gritjo

Hello

I just thought to create a thread for the Stanford LL.M. application for the programme starting 2022-2023.

I applied for the specialisation in Law, Science and Technology.

I sent my application on 1 December 2021.

Any one else who applied to Stanford?

Hello

I just thought to create a thread for the Stanford LL.M. application for the programme starting 2022-2023.

I applied for the specialisation in Law, Science and Technology.

I sent my application on 1 December 2021.

Any one else who applied to Stanford?
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gdp

I just applied to the corporate governance program. 

I just applied to the corporate governance program. 
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MJ1997-15



I applied to the technology track.

<br><br>I applied to the technology track.
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Gritjo

I just applied to the corporate governance program. 


That's great.

[quote]I just applied to the corporate governance program.&nbsp; [/quote]<br><br>That's great.
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Gritjo



I applied to the technology track.



Me too.

[quote]<br><br>I applied to the technology track. [/quote]<br><br><br>Me too.
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lu ya


I applied to the International Economic Law track


<div><br></div><div>I applied to the International Economic Law track</div><div><br></div><div>
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Hey, I also applied to the International Economic Law program. What's everyone's background?

I'm French-trained, specialized in international law, with close to three years experience in big firms.

Hey, I also applied to the International Economic Law program. What's everyone's background?<br><br>I'm French-trained, specialized in international law, with close to three years experience in big firms.
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Gritjo



I applied to the International Economic Law track




Awesome?

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<div><br></div><div>I applied to the International Economic Law track</div><div><br></div><div>
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</div> [/quote]<br><br>Awesome?
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Gritjo

Hey, I also applied to the International Economic Law program. What's everyone's background?

I'm French-trained, specialized in international law, with close to three years experience in big firms.


ExcellentI have four years experience. 2 years in commercial law firm and 2 years within international organisations. I have also completed a post grad in the UK.


[quote]Hey, I also applied to the International Economic Law program. What's everyone's background?<br><br>I'm French-trained, specialized in international law, with close to three years experience in big firms. [/quote]<br><br>Excellent<div>I have four years experience. 2 years in commercial law firm and 2 years within international organisations. I have also completed a post grad in the UK.<br><br><div><br></div></div>
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Astrid J

Hello

I just thought to create a thread for the Stanford LL.M. application for the programme starting 2022-2023.

I applied for the specialisation in Law, Science and Technology.

I sent my application on 1 December 2021.

Any one else who applied to Stanford?


I also applied to the LST programme. 

[quote]Hello

I just thought to create a thread for the Stanford LL.M. application for the programme starting 2022-2023.

I applied for the specialisation in Law, Science and Technology.

I sent my application on 1 December 2021.

Any one else who applied to Stanford? [/quote]<br><br>I also applied to the LST programme.&nbsp;
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Aldobetpal


[Edited by Aldobetpal on Jan 11, 2022]

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Hey, I also applied to the International Economic Law program. What's everyone's background?

I'm French-trained, specialized in international law, with close to three years experience in big firms.


I applied to the SPILS and IELBP tracks. I am a Mexican-trained attorney and economist, with 4 years of work  experience, in both the public and private sectors, including big firms and the Supreme Court. My professional practice has been mostly focused on financial law.

Academically, I graduated 1st and with the highest distinctions in my undergrad and graduate studies in the best Mexican Law School, with one year as exchange student at Duke University. On top of that, I have written articles for multiple legal journals and I have done extensive research in both of my theses. 
In terms of volunteering, I was a UNICEF volunteer in poor communities of Central America and Colombia. 

My referees include a Supreme Court Justice, a Duke researcher, the Dean of the Law School where I studied (a Harvard alumn) and a Partner of an international firm, who also attended to Stanford.

Hope that´s enough to get admitted :D 

Good luck to everyone.




Hmmm. Not sure that's enough Aldobetpal 1f602

[Edited by rebus sic stantibus on Dec 07, 2021]

[quote][quote]Hey, I also applied to the International Economic Law program. What's everyone's background?<br><br>I'm French-trained, specialized in international law, with close to three years experience in big firms. [/quote]<br><br>I applied to the SPILS and IELBP tracks. I am a Mexican-trained attorney and economist, with 4 years of work&nbsp; experience, in both the public and private sectors, including big firms and the Supreme Court. My professional practice has been mostly focused on financial law.<div><br><br></div><div>Academically, I graduated 1st and with the highest distinctions in my undergrad and graduate studies in the best Mexican Law School, with one year as exchange student at Duke University. On top of that, I have written articles for multiple legal journals and I have done extensive research in both of my theses.&nbsp;</div><br><div>In terms of volunteering, I was a UNICEF volunteer in poor communities of Central America and Colombia.&nbsp;</div><br><br>My referees include a Supreme Court Justice, a Duke researcher, the Dean of the Law School where I studied (a Harvard alumn) and a Partner of an international firm, who also attended to Stanford.<br><br>Hope that´s enough to get admitted :D&nbsp;<br><br>Good luck to everyone.<br> [/quote]<br><br><br><br>Hmmm. Not sure that's enough Aldobetpal :joy:<br><br>
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Gritjo

Hey, I also applied to the International Economic Law program. What's everyone's background?

I'm French-trained, specialized in international law, with close to three years experience in big firms.


I applied to the SPILS and IELBP tracks. I am a Mexican-trained attorney and economist, with 4 years of work  experience, in both the public and private sectors, including big firms and the Supreme Court. My professional practice has been mostly focused on financial law.

Academically, I graduated 1st and with the highest distinctions in my undergrad and graduate studies in the best Mexican Law School, with one year as exchange student at Duke University. On top of that, I have written articles for multiple legal journals and I have done extensive research in both of my theses. 
In terms of volunteering, I was a UNICEF volunteer in poor communities of Central America and Colombia. 

My referees include a Supreme Court Justice, a Duke researcher, the Dean of the Law School where I studied (a Harvard alumn) and a Partner of an international firm, who also attended to Stanford.

Hope that´s enough to get admitted :D 

Good luck to everyone.




Hmmm. Not sure that's enough Aldobetpal 1f602



Sure, this is more than enough. Such an outstanding profile!

[quote][quote][quote]Hey, I also applied to the International Economic Law program. What's everyone's background?<br><br>I'm French-trained, specialized in international law, with close to three years experience in big firms. [/quote]<br><br>I applied to the SPILS and IELBP tracks. I am a Mexican-trained attorney and economist, with 4 years of work&nbsp; experience, in both the public and private sectors, including big firms and the Supreme Court. My professional practice has been mostly focused on financial law.<div><br><br></div><div>Academically, I graduated 1st and with the highest distinctions in my undergrad and graduate studies in the best Mexican Law School, with one year as exchange student at Duke University. On top of that, I have written articles for multiple legal journals and I have done extensive research in both of my theses.&nbsp;</div><br><div>In terms of volunteering, I was a UNICEF volunteer in poor communities of Central America and Colombia.&nbsp;</div><br><br>My referees include a Supreme Court Justice, a Duke researcher, the Dean of the Law School where I studied (a Harvard alumn) and a Partner of an international firm, who also attended to Stanford.<br><br>Hope that´s enough to get admitted :D&nbsp;<br><br>Good luck to everyone.<br> [/quote]<br><br><br><br>Hmmm. Not sure that's enough Aldobetpal :joy:<br><br> [/quote]<br><br>Sure, this is more than enough. Such an outstanding profile!
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Gritjo

What are the admission acceptance stats like for each programme?

What are the admission acceptance stats like for each programme?
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I applied to the SPILS and IELBP tracks. I am a Mexican-trained attorney and economist, with 4 years of work  experience, in both the public and private sectors, including big firms and the Supreme Court. My professional practice has been mostly focused on financial law.

Academically, I graduated 1st and with the highest distinctions in my undergrad and graduate studies in the best Mexican Law School, with one year as exchange student at Duke University. On top of that, I have written articles for multiple legal journals and I have done extensive research in both of my theses. 
In terms of volunteering, I was a UNICEF volunteer in poor communities of Central America and Colombia. 

My referees include a Supreme Court Justice, a Duke researcher, the Dean of the Law School where I studied (a Harvard alumn) and a Partner of an international firm, who also attended to Stanford.

Hope that´s enough to get admitted :D 

Good luck to everyone.




Hmmm. Not sure that's enough Aldobetpal 1f602



Sure, this is more than enough. Such an outstanding profile!



Was being facetious (sigh) ...

[quote][quote][quote][quote]Hey, I also applied to the International Economic Law program. What's everyone's background?<br><br>I'm French-trained, specialized in international law, with close to three years experience in big firms. [/quote]<br><br>I applied to the SPILS and IELBP tracks. I am a Mexican-trained attorney and economist, with 4 years of work&nbsp; experience, in both the public and private sectors, including big firms and the Supreme Court. My professional practice has been mostly focused on financial law.<div><br><br></div><div>Academically, I graduated 1st and with the highest distinctions in my undergrad and graduate studies in the best Mexican Law School, with one year as exchange student at Duke University. On top of that, I have written articles for multiple legal journals and I have done extensive research in both of my theses.&nbsp;</div><br><div>In terms of volunteering, I was a UNICEF volunteer in poor communities of Central America and Colombia.&nbsp;</div><br><br>My referees include a Supreme Court Justice, a Duke researcher, the Dean of the Law School where I studied (a Harvard alumn) and a Partner of an international firm, who also attended to Stanford.<br><br>Hope that´s enough to get admitted :D&nbsp;<br><br>Good luck to everyone.<br> [/quote]<br><br><br><br>Hmmm. Not sure that's enough Aldobetpal :joy:<br><br> [/quote]<br><br>Sure, this is more than enough. Such an outstanding profile! [/quote]<br><br><br>Was being facetious (sigh) ...<br>
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YTX

Hi guys! Is there anyone who applied but haven't received a status check email from Stanford yet? I submitted on Dec. 1 and received an email suggesting that "after your application is processed, we will contact you again with information on how to check your application status online." Just wondering if I should contact them...

Hi guys! Is there anyone who applied but haven't received a status check email from Stanford yet? I submitted on Dec. 1 and received an email suggesting that "after your application is processed, we will contact you again&nbsp;with information on how to check your application status online." Just wondering if I should contact them...<div><br></div>
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gdp

Hi guys! Is there anyone who applied but haven't received a status check email from Stanford yet? I submitted on Dec. 1 and received an email suggesting that "after your application is processed, we will contact you again with information on how to check your application status online." Just wondering if I should contact them...
I also submitted on Dec 1 and did not get the email yet.

[quote]Hi guys! Is there anyone who applied but haven't received a status check email from Stanford yet? I submitted on Dec. 1 and received an email suggesting that "after your application is processed, we will contact you again&nbsp;with information on how to check your application status online." Just wondering if I should contact them...<div><br></div> [/quote]I also submitted on Dec 1 and did not get the email yet.
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YTX

Hi guys! Is there anyone who applied but haven't received a status check email from Stanford yet? I submitted on Dec. 1 and received an email suggesting that "after your application is processed, we will contact you again with information on how to check your application status online." Just wondering if I should contact them...
I also submitted on Dec 1 and did not get the email yet.


OK. Thanks for the reply! I think we should just wait then. 

[quote][quote]Hi guys! Is there anyone who applied but haven't received a status check email from Stanford yet? I submitted on Dec. 1 and received an email suggesting that "after your application is processed, we will contact you again&nbsp;with information on how to check your application status online." Just wondering if I should contact them...<div><br></div> [/quote]I also submitted on Dec 1 and did not get the email yet. [/quote]<br><br>OK. Thanks for the reply! I think we should just wait then.&nbsp;
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gdp

Hi guys! Is there anyone who applied but haven't received a status check email from Stanford yet? I submitted on Dec. 1 and received an email suggesting that "after your application is processed, we will contact you again with information on how to check your application status online." Just wondering if I should contact them...
I also submitted on Dec 1 and did not get the email yet.


OK. Thanks for the reply! I think we should just wait then. 
I received the status check mail this morning ;)

[quote][quote][quote]Hi guys! Is there anyone who applied but haven't received a status check email from Stanford yet? I submitted on Dec. 1 and received an email suggesting that "after your application is processed, we will contact you again&nbsp;with information on how to check your application status online." Just wondering if I should contact them...<div><br></div> [/quote]I also submitted on Dec 1 and did not get the email yet. [/quote]<br><br>OK. Thanks for the reply! I think we should just wait then.&nbsp; [/quote] I received the status check mail this morning ;)
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Astrid J

Hi guys! Is there anyone who applied but haven't received a status check email from Stanford yet? I submitted on Dec. 1 and received an email suggesting that "after your application is processed, we will contact you again with information on how to check your application status online." Just wondering if I should contact them...


I received mine about 12 days after submitting the application. This was on 11th Dec

[quote]Hi guys! Is there anyone who applied but haven't received a status check email from Stanford yet? I submitted on Dec. 1 and received an email suggesting that "after your application is processed, we will contact you again&nbsp;with information on how to check your application status online." Just wondering if I should contact them...<br><br><div><br>I received mine about 12 days after submitting the application. This was on 11th Dec</div> [/quote]
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